Free Press Journal
  • Lok Sabha adjourned till tomorrow, No confidence motion not taken

    New Delhi: The notices for no-confidence motion against the government could not be taken up today in the Lok Sabha as noisy protests by members from various parties disrupted proceedings, leading to adjournment of the House. Amid the din, Home Minister Rajnath Singh said the government was ready for discussion on any issue, including on the no-confidence motion.

  • YSR Congress, TDP to pitch for no-trust notices in Lok Sabha today

    New Delhi: The YSR Congress and the Telugu Desam Party will pitch for taking up their notices of no-confidence motion against the Modi government when the Lok Sabha meets today amid no signs of a let-up in the deadlock in its proceedings.

  • TDP quits NDA: Debate and defeat no-confidence motion

    The notice of a no-trust motion against the Modi Government, as and when it is taken up in the Lok Sabha, is bound to fail for want of numbers. Even the mover, Telugu Desam Party, does not have its heart in it, its hand having been forced by the aggressive Jaganmohan Reddy’s YSR Congress. To begin with, the BJP still commands a simple majority of its own. Then a number of allies

  • TDP may pull out of NDA, backs YSR Congress’s no-trust motion

    New Delhi: The YSR Congress Party of Andhra Pradesh on Thursday served a formal notice of no-trust motion against the Modi government for not granting special status to the state. Even as YSR raised the ante, Chandrababu Naidu of Telugu Desam Party indicated that he may pull out of the National Democratic Alliance at the Centre, so that it can back the motion.

  • After KCR, now NCP supremo Sharad Pawar calls for Opposition meet

    New Delhi: At a time there is a tearing hurry among Opposition stalwarts to assume the ‘leadership’ of a broad anti-BJP front, NCP supremo Sharad Pawar can’t be trusted to silently watch the proceedings from the sidelines.

  • Ravi Shankar Prasad

    Congress spreading lies against the Modi government to unnecessarily create confusion, fear: Ravi Shankar Prasad

    New Delhi: Union Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad on Monday mounted a blistering attack on Congress of daily inventing and spreading lies against the Modi government to unnecessarily create confusion and fear. Soon after Parliament was adjourned for the day on the issue of the Opposition’s demand for a probe into Punjab National Bank’s scam, he told a press conference at BJP headquarters here that defrauding of the bank by Nirav Modi began

  • Conrad uses pressure tactics to become CM

    The youngest son of late Lok Sabha Speaker PA Sangma reportedly threatened to pull down the Manipur govt and also block the BJP becoming part of the Nagaland govt using his community members in the two state assemblies.

  • PM calls Siddaramaiah government “seedha rupaiya sarkar”, Congress hits back with “maun Modi jibe”

    Bengaluru/Davangere: The BJP and Congress were locked in a slugfest over corruption in battle ground Karnataka, with Prime Minister Narendra Modi calling the Siddaramaiah government “seedha rupaiya sarkar” that works only for money. The Congress hit right back, as its communications chief Randeep Singh Surjewala used Modi’s remark made years ago to target the prime minister over his silence on the PNB scam, asking him to turn from “maun (silent) Modi to bol

  • Rahul questions Modi over Pakistan policy

    New Delhi : Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday slammed Prime Minister Modi for dithering on the Pakistan policy.

  • Rahul Gandhi attacks PM Modi in Karnataka, tells people don’t trust those making false promises

    Bengaluru: Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Saturday hit out at the Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led Central government over a slew of issues, including Rafale deal, demonetisation, Goods and Service Tax (GST), unemployment and others. Addressing a rally at Hospete in Karnataka, Rahul asked the gathering to not trust the NDA government, who make false promises and give false hope.

  • ujjain, madhya pradesh, Congress men, Pakodas, Vivek Yadav, Shikshit Yuva Berojgaar Pakoda Centre, Modi government

    Ujjain: Congmen sell pakodas to protest joblessness

    Ujjain: Congress workers led by Vivek Yadav operated ‘Shikshit Yuva Berojgaar Pakoda Centre at Gopal Mandir on Tuesday to protest Modi government’s failure to provide jobs to unemployed youths. Yadav later told Free Press, “We sold pakodas worth Rs 925. The raw material cost Rs 700, while Rs 100 was taken away by Ujjain Municipal Corporation. In the end we were left with a profit of Rs 125. It was a paltry

  • We are not garbage collectors, Supreme Court tells Centre

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court today came down heavily on the Centre for filing an 845-page affidavit containing incomplete information about solid waste management across the country and said the apex court is not a “garbage collector”.

  • Modi government stands tall after Budget

    Rather than announce one-off loan waivers or Minimum Support Price based on discretion and political expediency, the Modi government has opted to tackle the larger issue of agricultural subsidy within a non-discretionary institutional framework.

  • Budget 2018: People have high expectation from Budget

    Indore: As Union Minister of Finance Arun Jaitley will present the last full budget of the Modi government on February 1, people are curious to know whether it would bring relief for the people or it will put extra burden on them in the name of reforms.

  • Speaking up with Free Press! Union Budget 2018: Why not spend more on health?

    Indore: As the Narendra Modi government is all set to present its last full budget on February 1, medical fraternity of the city expects increase in allocation of budget in health sector to improve facilities across the country. City doctors said that alike some tough previous decisions related to finance; government should also take similar bold decisions for betterment of health conditions of the people by mandatory health insurance and promoting generic